|The Flow of Energy|
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Frank J. Znidarsic Jr.
Glen A. Robertson
Institute for Advanced Studies in the Space, Propulsion and Energy Sciences, 265 Ita Ann Lane, Madison, AL 35757, United States; email@example.com, 256-694-7941, firstname.lastname@example.org
Physics Procedia, Volume 20, pp. 457-464
2011, Space, Propulsion & Energy Sciences International Forum 2011, College Park, MD, United States
In this paper, the flow of energy in materials is presented as mechanical waves with a distinct velocity or speed of transition. This speed of transition came about through the observations of cold fusion experiments, i.e., Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) and superconductor gravity experiments, both assumed speculative by mainstream science. In consideration of superconductor junctions, the LENR experiments have a similar speed of transition, which seems to imply that the reactions in the LENR experiment are discrete quantized reactions (energy - burst vs. continuous). Here an attempt is made to quantify this new condition as it applies to electrons; toward the progression of quantized energy flows (discrete energy burst) as a new source of clean energy and force mechanisms (i.e, propulsion).